Frank concentrates his practice on Business Law, Corporate and Commercial Law, Property & Real Estate Law, Wills, Estates and Probate.
Originally from Montreal, Frank moved to New Brunswick and later attended the University of New Brunswick (both the Saint John and Fredericton campuses) obtaining his Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Law degrees as well as studied in the Master’s Program in Political Science in the area of government and small business. He also attended a Corporate Tax Law course at St. Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia and has studied the Canadian Securities Course. Admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 1979, Frank practiced as an Associate and Partner in another firm until 1994 when he joined Gorman Nason as a Partner.
In his practice, Frank has represented clients in residential and commercial real estate developments, franchise developments and the purchase and sale of businesses, both asset and share transactions and has lectured on these topics at seminars offered by Continuing Legal Education, Banks and private organizations.
Outside of the practice of law, Frank is also a partner in two Companies active in real estate development and housing construction. This work has entailed all aspects of planning, financing, designing, contracting, marketing and sales of the developments including a popular housing development overlooking the Saint John harbour front.